Wilderness Songs: A Benefit for WTA featuring March to May
One of the things that sets Washington State apart is its incredible natural beauty - and the unique access that locals and visitors alike have to immerse themselves in it.
On November 4, climb aboard a beautifully preserved 1922 steamship on Lake Union and listen to live music inspired by and written in some of Washington's most beautiful places. The concert will feature local band March to May, whose music Glide Magazine called "a perfect encapsulation of the Pacific Northwest at its most pensive, haunting, and sublime." Proceeds from the event will go to support Washington Trails Association (WTA), which protects Washington's hiking trails and wild lands, and the Virginia V Foundation, which sustains and shares a unique piece of our region's maritime history. Craft beverages and delicious snacks will be provided by local purveyors.
WHAT: Fundraiser for WTA and Virginia V Foundation aboard a historic steamship on Lake Union, featuring live music inspired by the Pacific Northwest's wild places and snacks and beverages from local providers.
WHERE: The historic steamship Virginia V (860 Terry Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109)
WHEN: VIP doors @ 6pm (VIP), General doors at 6:30pm, Show at 7pm
Proceeds benefit Washington Trails Association (www.wta.org) and the Virginia V Foundation (www.virginiav.org). Music by March to May (www.marchtomay.com).
HOW MUCH: (all proceeds benefit WTA and the Virginia V Foundation)
- $20 general admission tickets
- $35 early-access VIP ticket (includes two free drink tickets, early entry, meet & greet with the band, exclusive seating, and a tour of the Virginia V).
Historic Steamer Virginia V (View)
Historic Ships Wharf, 860 Terry Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|